What is the political foundation of cross strait relations?

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The one-China principle is the political foundation of cross-strait relations. The 1992 Consensus embodies the one-China principle and defines the fundamental nature of cross-strait relations; it thus holds the key to the peaceful development of relations between the two sides of the Taiwan Straits

This is one episode in CGTN’s special series, “How China Works,” to discover China’s governance philosophy. #CPC100 #HowChinaWorks

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